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    Archive for June, 2010

    Jun 30 2010

    episode 111: “She’s like a SHARK!!”

    episode 111: “She’s like a SHARK!!”

    June’s podcast donation incentive prize has been sponsored by knittingfairy.com. They have donated a shawl kit for their new Counterspell Shawl that just debuted at stitches east!
    Counterspell
    So pretty! the kit will include one skein of Acero by Brooks Farm Yarn, pattern, beads and needles for the shawl.
    if you donate to the podcast during the month of June, you will be automatically entered into the drawing. :)

    townhomesteading:
    -planted a veggie garden (bag style!)

    Lay out cardboard in selected area, and soak it completely


    Arrange your top soil bags, slash holes in the bottoms for drainage, and cut open the top for planting.


    add some fertilizer to the dirt, plant your veggies/flowers. tomato and zucchinis get 1 per bag


    completely cover bags and cardboard in a finely ground mulch. cage plants that need it, water, and PRESTO! a garden!


    -unpacking the basement
    -mulberries
    -bonding with my neighbor aka the shark!
    -the willow is at the front door!


    -restocked the freezer. using baskets=genius!
    -strawberry rhubarb & ice cream. yum!

    babble:
    -power wheels

    fibery goodness:
    -the fiber workshop/workbench area
    -culling back the fiber stash further
    -montedale for tour de fleece

    favorite thing:

    BLTs

    2 responses so far

    Jun 23 2010

    episode 110: “MegaBlocks and a Dust Buster”

    episode 110: “MegaBlocks and a Dust Buster”

    June’s podcast donation incentive prize has been sponsored by knittingfairy.com. They have donated a shawl kit for their new Counterspell Shawl that just debuted at stitches east!
    Counterspell
    So pretty! the kit will include one skein of Acero by Brooks Farm Yarn, pattern, beads and needles for the shawl.
    if you donate to the podcast during the month of June, you will be automatically entered into the drawing. :)

    townhomesteading:
    -relocating the flowers

    -cutting back the forsynthia
    -resolving to no large veggie patch this year
    -bucket gardening http://www.globalbuckets.org/
    -our furry horned visitor

    babble:
    -swimming with the little man goggles are his magic feather
    -tree swing & rings hung

    fibery goodness:
    -sweater drama
    -cast on the citron with merino/cashmere mill spun
    -tour de fleece chat on july 3rd in the team sasquatch group on ravelry

    favorite thing:

    dustbuster

    3 responses so far

    Jun 17 2010

    episode 109: “Doily on your Neck”

    episode 109: “Doily on your Neck”

    June’s podcast donation incentive prize has been sponsored by knittingfairy.com. They have donated a shawl kit for their new Counterspell Shawl that just debuted at stitches east!
    Counterspell
    So pretty! the kit will include one skein of Acero by Brooks Farm Yarn, pattern, beads and needles for the shawl.
    if you donate to the podcast during the month of June, you will be automatically entered into the drawing. :)

    townhomesteading:
    -unpacking/still downsizing
    -hanging photos in the house

    -cleaning out the old bushes

    babble:
    -flea market

    -tree swing & rings

    fibery goodness:
    -sweater progress
    -spinning cmf
    -ideas for spinning for the tour de fleece
    -adjusting your wheel for finer spinning

    favorite thing:

    my china set

    2 responses so far

    Jun 14 2010

    episode 108: “Hooked up to the grid”

    First off, thank you for being SO very patient! i really appreciate it!

    episode 108: “Hooked up to the grid”

    June’s podcast donation incentive prize has been sponsored by knittingfairy.com. They have donated a shawl kit for their new Counterspell Shawl that just debuted at stitches east!
    Counterspell
    So pretty! the kit will include one skein of Acero by Brooks Farm Yarn, pattern, beads and needles for the shawl.
    if you donate to the podcast during the month of June, you will be automatically entered into the drawing. :)

    townhomesteading:
    -strawberries
    -the move
    -the cleaning

    babble:
    -camping with littleman

    fibery goodness:
    -farm tour with esthers place fibers

    thank you:
    my new microphone. thank you for donating to help. it is really appreciated and i couldn’t have purchased this without you.

    favorite thing:

    our neighborhood/home

    4 responses so far

    Jun 07 2010

    I am off the grid!

    Published by Meghan under Uncategorized

    well, we are all moved. the first day in the house we had an appointment scheduled for our Internet to be hooked up. we soon found out there are no phone or cable lines run to the house. so, we are now waiting for comcast to dig under our neighbors driveway and run a cable to our house.
    so, we are kinda off grid right now. we do have our iPhones and that’s how I’m posting this. but I can’t upload a full podcast from here, much to my dismay.

    anyhoo,
    I will try to sit down this week and get something recorded so that as soon as we have access I can upload the podcast for your listening pleasure! thanks so much for your patience and understanding!

    4 responses so far